Liberia: Senate Receives National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority Bill
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has submitted to the Liberian Senate for enactment a Bill titled: An Act to Amend Title 23, Natural Resources Law, Liberian Code Revised by… Read more »
Liberia: Lafa Wants GOL Revisit Executive Order No.84
The Liberia Artisanal Fishermen Association (LAFA) has called on the Government to revisit the implementation of Executive Order No. 84, which it says may pose a serious economic… Read more »
Liberia: Not D. Twe High Alone, but Hotel Africa, Unity Conference Center and Buchanan City--All Left to Be Swallowed By the Atlantic--Why?
The intention of these two Editorials, one last Monday on D. Twe High and this one on the swallowing up by the Atlantic of Hotel Africa, Unity Conference Center, another two major… Read more »
Liberia: Another Plea to Save D. Twe
Dr. Lawrence D. Sekajipo has urged the government, foreign partners and graduates of the D. Twe High School in Monrovia to save the school from being washed away by sea erosion. Read more »
Liberia: Fight Against Illegal Fishing Intensifies
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and the Comoros have been identified as non-cooperating third countries under the EU's regulation to fight and deter illegal, unreported and… Read more »
May 16, 2016
Liberia: 'Beware of Pirates'
National Security Advisor Dr. H. Boima Fahnbulleh has cautioned officers of the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization (BIN) to beware of pirates who hijack ships and demand… Read more »
December 29, 2015
Liberia: EU Vessels Illegally Fishing in Liberian Waters
The Bureau of National Fisheries (BNF) has produced concrete evidence of illegal fishing of European Union (EU) vessels in Liberia's distant waters. Read more »
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